Below is my map for the swath of wintry mix coming northeastward. I think once the precipitation gets into Pennsylvania, it will become more snow through New England Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. While not a big deal in regards to the amount of snow, it could be our only snow for a while as we get into a cold and dry weather pattern across much of the East.
The PNA is going positive and the NAO is going positive too, which means there will be no big storms along the coast.
Parts of the East will see heavy rains with some flooding possible. Another storm will bring severe weather back to the Plains this weekend.
Florida will be hit by severe storms. An upper-level low will move into the mid-Atlantic and produces locally heavy rains.
A cold front passing through the Southeast will produce strong storms today. An upper-level low may bring heavy rains and flooding to parts of the mid-Atlantic later this week.
Storms in the mid-Atlantic can be severe today. Pattern changes to a cooler one later this week.
A stormy time across the southern Plains today into Saturday. Flooding rains will be the main issue during the period.
Storms will be severe in the southern mid-Atlantic and in the Southern Plains. Tornadoes possible in the Plains Friday.